A man convicted of carrying out deadly sniper attacks in the Washington, D.C. area tells actor William Shatner on a cable TV special that he and his partner tried to recruit fellow shooters for their 2002 spree and that his accomplice killed one man for backing out, according to the television progr Full story
Nov. 11: The ex-wife of executed sniper John Allen Muhammad says the seemingly random murders were part of a bigger plot to kill her. WWBT-TV's Curt Autry reports.
Nov. 11: The convicted D.C. sniper John Allen Muhammad was put to death at the Greenville Correctional Center in Virginia. NBC'S Steve Handelsman reports.
Nov. 10: Virginia's governor cleared the way for convicted DC sniper John Allen Muhammad's execution. NBC's Brian Williams reports
Nov. 10: John Allen Muhammad, the man convicted of masterminding the Washington, D.C., sniper attacks in 2002, is set to be executed tonight. NBC's Pete Williams reports.
Nov. 4: Attorneys representing D.C. sniper John Allen Muhammad are asking the Supreme Court to stop his execution. NBC's Chris Leclere reports.
JARRATT, VA - NOVEMBER 10: A vehicle reportedly carrying the body of DC sniper John Allen Muhammad leaves the Greensville Correctional Center November 10, 2009 near Jarratt, Virginia. Muhammad was executed at the center by lethal injection at 9 p.m. for the shooting death of Dean Harold Meyers at a
A vehicle carrying the body of executed sniper John Allen Muhammad departs the Greensville Correctional Center in Jarratt, Virginia, November 10, 2009. Muhammad was sentenced to die for the murder of Dean Harold Meyers, one of 10 people left dead in a shooting spree by Muhammad and younger accomplic
A corrections officer walks outside the prison prior to the execution of John Allen Muhammad at the Greensville Correctional Center in Jarratt, Virginia, November 10, 2009. Muhammad was sentenced to die for the murder of Dean Harold Meyers, one of 10 people left dead in a shooting spree by Muhammad